I/O Magic MagicVision USB Free Driver Download
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Please read this message carefully! The following procedure is a work-around that I discovered for using an I/O Magic DR-CM200 web camera with Windows XP. Use this method at your own risk. Unzip the attached DR-CM200_XP.zip file to a folder of your choice. The CS110-XP.exe Windows XP driver provided in this zip file was not specifically developed for the I/O Magic DR-CM200 web camera. It was actually developed for the Intel Easy PC Camera CS110 and downloaded from the manufacturer's web site. Both of these web cameras use the SUNPLUS SPCA508a chipset. Two computers running Windows XP have been successfully configured with the DR-CM200 web camera attached using the CS110_XP.exe driver. When you execute this driver, the driver setup program will indicate that this is not the correct
wmromine (DG Member) on 1/21/2006
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